TeamTennis and Turfer Athletic announced a multi- year agreement making Turfer
Athletic the official apparel supplier of both the Advanta WTT Professional and
Recreational Leagues.


based in Providence, R.I., will develop a proprietary lifestyle
brand of World TeamTennis apparel available online and at select Advanta WTT
Pro and Rec League events. Turfer has launched a website,,
featuring tennis-inspired lifestyle clothing suited for wearing both on and off
the court. The website will offer substantial discounts for World TeamTennis
members on the WTT Collection of custom apparel and outerwear. WTT members will
also receive special incentive buying offers throughout the year.


the Pro League season, Turfer will outfit officials, ball kids and staff in the
10 franchise markets and will have merchandise onsite at many of the Advanta
WTT Pro League matches in July.


TeamTennis has always been unique and innovative in our approach to
tennis,” said WTT CEO/Commissioner Ilana Kloss. “Our partnership with
Turfer will reflect that through our new clothing line, which offers a wide
selection of non-traditional lifestyle apparel for our fans, Rec League members
and Pro League franchises.


of us at Turfer Athletic are proud and excited to enter into our new
relationship with World TeamTennis,” said Glenn Cook, President of Turfer
Athletic. “Turfer Athletic's commitment to manufacturing innovative,
custom athletic apparel for WTT will help their members, teams and players
stand out.”


unique, co-ed team concept for World TeamTennis was created in the early 1970's
by League co- founders Billie Jean King and Larry King. The Advanta WTT Pro
League enters its 34th season of play this July featuring many of the biggest
names in tennis playing the unique co-ed WTT team format.


addition to the Pro League, the Advanta WTT Recreational League operates
year-round leagues and tournaments for thousands of players of every skill
level. Advanta WTT Recreational Leagues run year- round at public parks, tennis
clubs, schools, college campuses, military bases, corporations, camps,
residential communities and tennis facilities in more than 1,000 U.S. cities.
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